Audio post production group Vaudeville Sound has opened more Dolby Atmos, ADR and voice capture studios at their Shoreditch base.

The new studios come after growth in the group’s drama and animation talent roster across their UK, USA and Canadian entities alongside their feature documentary and factual work.

“It’s incredible to think the completion of these new studios sees the group build out over 40 studios including our embedded spaces,” said Group CEO Daniel Jones. “The growth is wholly based on our talent, producers and managers. It’s fantastic that our reputation and care for the work we do has allowed us to be involved on so many exciting projects.”

Most recently, Vaudeville expanded its North American footprint with the launch of its first Canadian facility, Vaudeville Vancouver. With facilities in London, Los Angeles, Brighton and Vancouver, the company has has produced work for Amazon Studios, Warner Brothers and Netflix, among many others, with recent credits that include Peacemaker (HBO Max), Janet Jackson (A+E/Sky), Diana (CNN), Hawking: Can You Hear Me? (Sky) Emmy Award-winning Lovecraft Country (HBO), NAACP Image Award-winning The Old Guard(Netflix), Flora & Ulysses (Disney+), Golden Reel Award-nominated Snowpiercer (Netflix).

Jon Creamer

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